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End Mandatory Arbitration?

Elizabeth Warren has once again taken up the charge to end pre-dispute arbitration agreements, which she calls “forced arbitration.” I have addressed the topic on numerous occasions and while I am a fan of arbitration, pre-dispute arbitration agreements can be an issue, particularly in consumer cases, such as car rental […]

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As Stimulus Is Deployed, The S&P 500 Is Buzzing With Rotation Questions

As Stimulus Is Deployed, The S&P 500 Is Buzzing With Rotation Questions This week, $400 billion in direct stimulus payments began flowing into the bank accounts of US households, courtesy of the American Rescue Plan. Any investor must wonder: where will this money go next? #securitiesattorney #securitieslawyer #seclaw https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelcannivet/2021/03/19/as-stimulus-is-deployed-the-sp-500-is-buzzing-with-rotation-questions/ —– […]

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The Surprise Investors Who Scored Billions From Coupang’s IPO

The Surprise Investors Who Scored Billions From Coupang’s IPO Clay Christensen’s low-profile family firm and a history-making woman investor at SoftBank are among the big winners of South Korea’s answer to Amazon. #seclaw #securitiesattorney https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkonrad/2021/03/15/rose-park-softbank-big-winners-in-coupang-ipo/—– Coast-to-coast representation of investors and financial professionals – Securities Lawyer

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Bitcoin: Imagining A Central Bank Buy In

Bitcoin: Imagining A Central Bank Buy In Why central banks won’t become Bitcoin buyers. https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2021/01/17/bitcoin-imagining-a-central-bank-buy-in/—– Coast-to-coast representation of investors and financial professionals – Securities Lawyer